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Number: 405/69
Name: Hydraulic and earth engineering > Fluid control, treatment, or containment > Floatable matter containment > Floating barrier > With barrier storage or deployment feature > Inflatable or deflatable > Self-inflating
Description: Method or apparatus wherein the medium which effects the inflation of the float portion of the buoyant structure is carried by the buoyant structure.

Patents under this class:

Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
6050212 Apparatus for booms Apr. 18, 2000
5860252 Arrangement at self expanding booms Jan. 19, 1999
5797348 Feed method and apparatus for fish farms Aug. 25, 1998
5532679 Oil spill detection system Jul. 2, 1996
5522674 Self-inflatable containment boom and method of making Jun. 4, 1996
5338132 Oil spill containment system Aug. 16, 1994
5195844 Floating barrier method and apparatus Mar. 23, 1993
5064310 Shipboard environmental barrier system and method Nov. 12, 1991
5022785 Floating barrier method and apparatus Jun. 11, 1991
4652173 Self-inflating oil spill boom Mar. 24, 1987
4311109 Fairlead Jan. 19, 1982
4295755 Reel mountable boom arrangement Oct. 20, 1981

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